Nick is a lifelong rural Pennsylvanian with a record of public service on the issues that matter for real people. Born and raised in Snyder and Union Counties, Nick grew up in a family that values hard work, kindness, loyalty, and honesty. He got his first job at 13 as a soccer referee making $5 a game. He graduated from Lewisburg public schools in 2019 and was named one of 161 United States Presidential Scholars as well as one of 50 Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation Senators in America.

At 23, Nick has already developed a track record of making Harrisburg work better for rural Pennsylvanians. As the Rural Health Innovation Lead for the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Nick cut red tape to keep emergency care in rural communities across Pennsylvania. And in the Department of the Auditor General’s Legal Counsel, he helped to make sure that schools across the state wisely used Pennsylvanians’ tax dollars to educate the next generation. Nick believes Harrisburg should work for rural Pennsylvanians and has worked to make that a reality.

Nick is proud to be the recipient of honors and awards from local businesses and organizations, including the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce, the local Shikelimo and statewide Pennsylvania Chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Union Township Fire Company, the League of Women Voters of the Lewisburg Area, the Woodmen of the World Chapter 693, and the Future Business Leaders of America.

Now a graduate of Yale University, Phi Beta Kappa, Nick wants to go to Harrisburg to bring real representation to rural Pennsylvania, because voters deserve a representative who works as hard as they do.

Nick S. Jacobson

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